McGrawsville, Indiana facts for kids
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McGrawsville is an unincorporated community in Clay Township, Miami County, Indiana. The eastern portion of town is in Harrison Township. Former businesses included Overman-Waters Company (owned by Ralph Overman and Herrell Waters) and Worl's Grocery. The town is home to McGrawsville United Methodist Church and the McGrawsville Feed & Grain Inc. The community is located on the former Conrail railroad line (previously the Pennsylvania/Penn Central railroads).
McGrawsville was established as a depot on the Pan Handle Railroad. It was named for Nelson McGraw, who opened a small store on the site two years before the railroad was built.
In 1887, McGrawsville contained one general store, a blacksmith shop, and a church.
McGrawsville is located at, at the intersection of Miami County roads S 300E and E 950S.
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